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Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism was published by Oxford University Press in October This site makes available the Dumbstruck Archive. These are the kind of questions which impel Dumbstruck, Steven Connor's wide-ranging, relentlessly inquisitive history of ventriloquism and the disembodied voice. Brimming with anecdote and insight, Dumbstruck is a provocative archeology of a seemingly trivial yet profoundly relevant presence in human history. Stuart Jeffries admires Dumbstruck, a cultural history of ventriloquism by Steven Connor that's not for dummies.

Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism. Steven Connor. Abstract. Why can none of us hear our own recorded voice without wincing? Why is the. A history of ventriloquism & the disembodied voice. Connor tracks his subject from its first recorded beginnings in ancient Israel & Greece, through the. Stephen Connor's ambitious and erudite book on the decidedly slippery subject of ventriloquism is difficult to categorize. He calls it a "cultural history" because it.

Title. Dumbstruck: a cultural history of ventriloquism / Steven Connor. Also Titled. Cultural history of ventriloquism. Author. Connor, Steven, Published . peoples are an indelible part of our history, institutionalized cruelty against the weak and defenseless is as. American as apple pie” (). Certainly one would. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism | PART I: POWERS 1. What I Say Goes PART II. These are the kind of questions which impel Dumbstruck, Steven Connor's wide-ranging, relentlessly inquisitive history of ventriloquism and the disembodied voice. Brimming with anecdote and insight, Dumbstruck is a provocative archeology of a seemingly trivial yet profoundly relevant presence in human history. Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism was published by Oxford University Press in October This site makes available the Dumbstruck Archive.

Ventriloquism, the art of seeming to speak where one is not, speaks so resonantly to our Dumbstruck. A Cultural History of Ventriloquism. He tracks his subject from its first recorded beginnings in ancient Israel and Greece, through the fulminations of early Christian writers against the unholy (and, they believed, obscenely produced) practices of pagan divination, the aberrations of the voice in mysticism, witchcraft and possession, and the strange. This book tracks the subject from its first recorded beginnings in ancient Israel and Greece, through the fulminations of early Christian writers against the unholy (and, they believed, obscenely produced) practices of pagan divination, the aberrations of the voice in mysticism, witchcraft and possession, and the. peoples are an indelible part of our history, institutionalized cruelty against the weak and defenseless is as. American as apple pie” (). Certainly one would.

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